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Chance of light snow Thursday.

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Extended Forecast

TONIGHT:
Clouds increase tonight as a weak clipper moves closer into the region. Expect variable winds at 3-6mph with lows down to the low 20s and upper teens.

THURSDAY:
A clipper sits to our south and will bring a 40% chance of light snow showers to the region. Around a half inch is possible in Duluth, Iron Range, Two Harbors, and Ashland. Expect around 1-2” in I. Falls, Ely, Grand Marais, and Ironwood. Expect cloudy skies and variable winds at 3-6mph. High temps will be in the upper 20s to low 30s.

FRIDAY:
A cold high pressure system moves in on Friday. Morning lows are near 10 and highs reach the upper teens. Expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies throughout the day.

SATURDAY:
The high pressure system moves east and a low pressure system moves east into northern North Dakota. These two systems bring in a southern flow that will warm us back up and bring in more clouds. Expect cloudy skies with lows in the mid teens and highs in the upper 20s.

SUNDAY:
The northern low pushes into central Ontario and this brings in a surge of warm air overnight into Sunday morning. Our low Sunday morning will be in the upper 20s. The low pushes east and a cold front begins to move south into the area. This causes overcast skies and ahead of the front the temperature warms to 32. The chance of snow is around 20%.

MONDAY:
There’s some disagreement with the models on Monday of the placement of a southern low pressure system. One has it over Chicago, the other over Oklahoma City. They both bring the potential of snow, so will continue with a 50% chance. The models agree on one thing, it’s going to get significantly colder on Monday. In the morning expect temps near 8 and then dropping throughout the day from there!

                                                                                                                                       
Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
Email: aclark@kbjr6.com
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